Le Garçon Saigon Celebrates Vietnamese New Year Suckling Pig “Làng Nướng Nam Bộ” Style for The Festival of Tết
This month, Le Garçon Saigon, celebrates the Vietnamese New Year, Tết, with Chef Bao La’s impressive Suckling Pig “Làng Nướng Nam Bộ” Style. The charming Saigonese grillhouse will be serving the festive special from January 25thuntil February 1st, coinciding with Chinese New Year holidays.
Each pig takes three days of preparation by Chef Bao La and his team, including careful seasoning, curing, blanching and roasting. The result is tender, juicy meat with perfectly crispy and golden skin. This Tết special pays homage to the popular Làng Nướng Nam Bộ restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City, known by locals and tourists alike for its classic version ofthis dish.
As per Vietnamese tradition, the suckling pig is served with handmade steamed and deep fried buns, as well as housemade pickled mustard greens. The whole spectacle will be served on a tray lined with Black Sheep Restaurants red pockets, each containing auspiciouswell wishes and a special surprise to be enjoyed at one of the thirteen concepts by the Hong Kong hospitality group.
Le Garçon Saigon’s Suckling Pig “Làng Nướng Nam Bộ” Style is available as a whole pig (serves 10 to 12 people, HK$1,198), half pig (serves 6 people, HK$598) or as a quarter pig (serves 2 to 3 people, HK$298). Please call 24 hours in advance at 2455 2499 to book.